Erik Foley - Providence
Junior Forward; Mansfield, Massachusetts
Erik Foley paced all Hockey East skaters with 11 points in
the month of November, including a six-game point streak.
He helped the Friars to the championship game of the third
annual Friendship Four in Belfast, Northern Ireland, scoring
a goal and adding two helpers overseas. He enjoyed a
four-point outing at Merrimack on Nov. 18, a career-best.
His 1.57 points per game in the month led Hockey East
and ranked fifth nationally. He currently leads all players
with 14 points (7g, 7a) in Hockey East conference play and
nine of his 11 November points came in league games.
Christopher Grando - Boston College
Forward; Islip, New York
Christopher Grando played a key part in helping Boston
College to an unbeaten November (7-0-1) including five
road wins. He led all Hockey East rookies and was fifth
nationally with three goals and eight points and also led
all freshmen nationally with a plus-eight rating. Of his three
goals, one was short-handed and two were game-winning
strikes, both totals tied for the most of any first-year
skater in November. He registered at least one point in
five of his eight games and factored in on three decisive
markers (2g, 1a).
Runner-up: Jeremy Swayman, Maine (Fr., G; Anchorage, Alaska)
Christoffer Hernberg - UMass Lowell
Junior; Espoo, Finland
Christoffer Hernberg posted an unblemished record in
five Hockey East games in November, backstopping his
River Hawks to a 5-0-0 record in conference games in
which he started. He stopped 159 of 171 shots he saw for
a 1.84 goals against average, the best in Hockey East in
November, and allowed two goals or fewer in five of his six
starts. He kicked out 33 saves on two occasions, including
in his second career shutout against UConn.
Runner-up: Joseph Woll, BC (So., G; St. Louis, Mo.)